Souverän 405 Stresemann

The Souverän Stresemann is dedicated to the foreign minister of the Weimar Republic, Gustav Stresemann (1879-1929), who was honored together with his French colleague Aristide Briand with the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1926.

The Stresemann suit is named after Gustav Stresemann. Stresemann suits consists of black/grey striped trousers and a jacket in black or anthracite. The Souverän black-anthracite Pelikan Pen is named after and honors Gustav Stresemann.

Now Pelikan offers the popular Souverän in black-anthracite in the new smaller M400 size. The barrel of this New Souverän Pen is made with anthracite stripes of cellulose acetate. High-quality resin is also used for the finely turned black colored parts. The clip and the rings are plated with palladium. The nib is made of rhodinized 14 carat gold to match the silver sheen. Every single writing instrument is crafted by hand and carefully checked to meet the highest quality standards.

This elegant piston-filling fountain pen is now part of the standard collection starting in November 2016.